Our Services

Evidence-backed treatment from your personal doctor

Menopause and Perimenopause Care

Body Identical HRT (recommended by NICE)

Premature Ovarian Insufficiency (POI) and Surgical Menopause

Wellness promotion and health screening

Pricing

Initial consultation
£250.00
Follow up consultation
£195.00
Telephone call
£115.00
(for detailed queries from existing patients)
Prescription charge
£35*

*Prescription charges are usually included in the price of a consultation.  The £35 prescription fee applies if ordering repeat medication without a consultation. Please note, pharmacies will charge for the medicine itself. 

Corporate

We offer presentations, webinars and interactive sessions to inform and support staff.

We specialise in bespoke menopause health packages for senior directors.

We can provide other services tailored to your needs.

For all our corporate services, get in touch here. We will be happy to discuss your needs and suggest ideas.

Other investigations

We can help arrange the following locally to you

  • Blood tests**
  • Mirena coil fitting
  • Ultrasound scan
  • DEXA bone scanning
  • Mammography

**Blood tests can be arranged at your regular NHS surgery or privately at a clinic near you. Prices vary. Your doctor will discuss this with you if they are needed.

Insurance

Consultations may be covered by insurance providers if your cover includes General Practice services, wellness or screening. Please check with your provider

What to expect

Step 1

You can book a consultation directly by clicking ‘book a consultation’. This will take you to the appointment diary where you can book the time and date that suits your needs.

Step 2

You will receive email confirmation when you complete your booking. This email contains a questionnaire which should be completed BEFORE your consultation. This is really important. It helps optimise our time and allows your doctor to understand any relevant background health issues before you start

Step 3

Your email will contain a link to join the video consultation at the allotted time. Click on this to join your consultation. We recommend that you ensure you are somewhere comfortable and private with a strong internet connection. An initial consultation will take up to 45 minutes.

Step 4

After your consultation, you will receive any appropriate prescriptions.

Step 5

You will be emailed a letter summarising the consultation and containing details of treatment discussed. Please read and keep this, and let us know if you have any questions. A copy will be sent to your registered NHS GP.

Step 6

We recommend that every patient has a follow up appointment 3 months after starting HRT. Once stable, we recommend at least an annual follow up either with us or with your own GP.

FAQs

Is the clinic for me?

Do I need a referral to be seen in the clinic?

No, you do not need a referral. Most women refer themselves to our clinic. If you have had investigations such as blood tests or ultrasound scans elsewhere, it can be useful to share the results with your OWH doctor. 

I am still having periods; is One Woman Health still for me?

Yes. The menopause is defined as one year after the final period. However, many women experience the effects of hormonal changes for up to 10 years before this. This is called the perimenopause and women will still be having periods during this time. They may be regular or irregular, light or heavy, and may or may not come with a range of other symptoms. If this is the case, it is very likely we can help you. Read more about symptoms here.

I’m not sure if my symptoms are due to the menopause; can I be seen by One Woman Health?

We understand that part of the reason many women delay seeking help is confusion around the cause of their symptoms. If you’re not sure, we are happy to discuss your symptoms and their impact with you to help you identify the cause and work out a way forward.

Do you see patients from overseas?

Unfortunately, we cannot at this time due to limits in place from our insurance provider. You must be a UK resident and be in the UK at the time of the appointment. We are not currently able to offer appointments to women who live outside the UK, or who are outside the UK at the time of the appointment.

What can I expect from my consultation?

How long is a consultation?

We place great emphasis on personalised care, getting to know what matters to you, what you are experiencing and how we can best help. We will have sufficient time to explore your symptoms and preferences in detail, and make a plan to take the best care of our health. A new patient consultation can take up to 45 minutes and a follow up up to 30 mins.

How do I book an appointment?

Click here to book a consultation and select New consultation if you have not been seen before. If this an appointment to review your progress with treatment click here and select follow up consultation.

Can I be consulted by video or telephone?

Yes. Video consultations and telephone consultations mean you can have an appointment with your doctor at a time and place that fits in with your schedule. We also offer face to face appointments at locations across Sussex.

You must be a UK resident and be in the UK at the time of the appointment. We are not currently able to offer appointments to women who live outside the UK, or who are outside the UK at the time of the appointment due to the limits in place from our insurance provider.

How do I receive the results of any blood tests?

Tests arranged privately through our partners will be sent back into your health record. You will receive an email asking you to access your record to view the results and the doctor’s comments.

How will I receive a summary of my consultation?

After your consultation, we will email you with a letter containing a brief summary of what was said during the consultation. We will also email a copy of the letter to your GP.

How often will I need to be seen?

This depends on the individual and how they respond to treatment. As a minimum, best practice recommends we see you again 3 months after starting to review your response to treatment, and at least annually thereafter. We pride ourselves on giving women the ability to build a relationship with a personal doctor and some prefer a more regular check in to ensure they stay on top of their symptoms. If you wish, we are also happy to hand back your care to your NHS GP, once your response to any treatment is stable.

Will I be prescribed HRT?

Most women will benefit from HRT however, some women do not wish to take HRT or it is not recommended for medical reasons. We can discuss treatments other than HRT and help you decide what is right for you.

What qualifications do your doctors have?

All our doctors are fully qualified GPs registered with the General Medical Council. They have passed the rigorous professional exams set by the Royal College of General Practitioners. In addition, they have all undergone additional specialist training in the treatment of menopause with the British Menopause Society and have many years experience in clinical practice.

Can I have a Mirena coil fitted by you?

Not at the present time. However, this can be arranged through your normal GP surgery, or if you prefer, we can help you arrange this privately.

HRT and Prescriptions

How do I get my medicines?

We work with a pharmacy that will deliver the treatment to you. When our doctors issue a prescription it goes to the pharmacy electronically, they dispense the prescription and have it delivered to you.

How much does HRT cost?

This varies depending on exactly what you have but is typically of the order of £10-£20 per item.

Please note, for prescription requests outside of a consultation (for patients stable on their treatment), there is also a £35 prescription charge. This is irrespective of the number of items on the prescription.

Can I get my prescriptions on the NHS from My GP?

We will inform your GP of our prescribing to you. Your GP may be willing to prescribe your medicine for you on the NHS. However, in more complex cases, they may not be willing to do so as when they prescribe they are taking over legal responsibility for your use of these medicines. Whether they are happy to do so will depend on their confidence in this specialist area of medicine.